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[FONT=&quot]:)25 Best Twitter Feeds to Follow the Swine Flu[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot][/FONT] [FONT=&quot]Government[/FONT][FONT=&quot][/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]Follow these government feeds for official alerts and updates from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, and other agencies.[/FONT]

  1. [FONT=&quot]@PublicHealth[/FONT][FONT=&quot]: Follow the APHA feed to learn about threat levels, safety tips and more regarding the swine flu.[/FONT]
  2. [FONT=&quot]@CDCemergency[/FONT][FONT=&quot]: The emergency response branch of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is all over the swine flu breaking news stories.[/FONT]
  3. [FONT=&quot]@USAgov[/FONT][FONT=&quot]: Follow @USAgov to get breaking government news and announcements.[/FONT]
  4. [FONT=&quot]@Healthcare411[/FONT][FONT=&quot]: This feed comes from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.[/FONT]
  5. [FONT=&quot]@GetReady[/FONT][FONT=&quot]: The APHA’s GetReady feed is devoted to publicizing stories and alerts regarding health emergency preparedness, health hazards, pandemics, and more.[/FONT]
  6. [FONT=&quot]@CDC_eHealth[/FONT][FONT=&quot]: This CDC feed shares tips for healthy living amid public health emergencies and widespread outbreaks, like swine flu.[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]These news sources, including New York Times, BBC and NBC Nightly News clear up any rumors or false alerts through their feeds.[/FONT]

  1. [FONT=&quot]@DailyMeHealth[/FONT][FONT=&quot]: This health news site sponsors a Twitter feed that is currently covering every story and update relating to swine flu.[/FONT]
  2. [FONT=&quot]@whonews[/FONT][FONT=&quot]: The World Health Organization publicizes its news, alerts, meetings and more on this Twitter feed.[/FONT]
  3. [FONT=&quot]@nytimeshealth[/FONT][FONT=&quot]: The New York Times shares swine flu news updates, but it also brings insight to how swine flu affects the medical industry, economy, politics, and more.[/FONT]
  4. [FONT=&quot]@bbchealth[/FONT][FONT=&quot]: Find out how swine flu is progressing around the rest of the world.[/FONT]
  5. [FONT=&quot]@Veratect[/FONT][FONT=&quot]: This emergency management organization is using its Twitter feed for the sole purpose of updating the public on swine flu.[/FONT]
  6. [FONT=&quot]@LATimeshealth[/FONT][FONT=&quot]: The LA Times covers all things swine flu-related, including swine flu scams, food safety rumors, threat levels, and more.[/FONT]
  7. [FONT=&quot]@cbshealth[/FONT][FONT=&quot]: Learn about travel advisories, threat levels, warnings against stockpiling, and more.[/FONT]
  8. [FONT=&quot]@msnbc_health[/FONT][FONT=&quot]: MSNBC’s Health feed posts lots of news stories about swine flu, including research updates, rumors, school closings, and more.[/FONT]
  9. [FONT=&quot]@MexicoCityNews[/FONT][FONT=&quot]: Find out how Mexico City is dealing with its swine flu outbreak here.[/FONT]
  10. [FONT=&quot]@USATODAYhealth[/FONT][FONT=&quot]: USA Today posts news stories about swine flu alerts, and the outbreak’s effect on travel, the economy, and more.[/FONT]
  11. [FONT=&quot]@healthTF[/FONT][FONT=&quot]: TwitFix’s health news stream is consistently updated with swine flu news.[/FONT]
  12. [FONT=&quot]@mySA[/FONT][FONT=&quot]: Follow the San Antonio Express-News on Twitter, for updates from one of the U.S. epicenters of swine flu.[/FONT]
  13. [FONT=&quot]@nbcnightlynews[/FONT][FONT=&quot]: The NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams tweets about the top stories of the day, answers questions about swine flu, and posts videos and commentary about the worldwide outbreak.[/FONT]
  14. [FONT=&quot]@cnnbrk[/FONT][FONT=&quot]: CNN’s breaking news feed currently covers swine flu news stories, public health updates and more.[/FONT]
  15. [FONT=&quot]@TelegraphNews[/FONT][FONT=&quot]: Get updates on international and European swine flu stories here.[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]Medical Feeds[/FONT][FONT=&quot][/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]Find out what doctors, hospitals and other medical agencies are saying about swine flu.[/FONT]

  1. [FONT=&quot]@RedCross[/FONT][FONT=&quot]: The Red Cross is on Twitter, submitting frequent updates about travel advisories, tips for avoiding swine flu, and more.[/FONT]
  2. [FONT=&quot]@sanjayguptaCNN[/FONT][FONT=&quot]: CNN’s popular medical correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta manages his own Twitter feed here, and is trying to keep the buzz about swine flu accurate and responsible.[/FONT]
  3. [FONT=&quot]@mayoclinic[/FONT][FONT=&quot]: The Mayo Clinic is fielding questions about swine flu through their Twitter feed.[/FONT]
  4. [FONT=&quot]@birdflu[/FONT][FONT=&quot]: The Health News Blog’s bird flu feed is currently covering everything related to swine flu.[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]25 Surprising Ways You’re Hurting Your Heart[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]By Kathleen Baker[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]Most people know that eating healthily, getting exercise, and not smoking are excellent ways to help prevent heart disease but many may not be aware of the smaller ways they may be doing damage to their hearts every day. The following list contains 25 things that can potentially do damage to your heart, helping you stay educated, aware and ulimately keeping your heart in better shape so you can live a long and healthy life.[/FONT]

  1. [FONT=&quot]Sitting in traffic. A German study reports that sitting in traffic can contribute to heart attacks, especially if you are already at risk for heart problems. No matter if you are driving, riding public transportation, or pedaling your bike, if you sit in traffic, your chances of having a heart attack within the one hour after your commute raises your risk by three times the rate of those not sitting in traffic.[/FONT]
  2. [FONT=&quot]Staying in a bad marriage. Especially for women, staying in a bad marriage has shown to increase risks for heart disease. Getting a divorce also increases risks, so professionals recommend finding a good quality counselor who can teach communication skills as well as ways to manage stress and depression.[/FONT]
  3. [FONT=&quot]Living near a lot of road traffic noise. A study in Stockholm examined heart attack patients and where they lived, attributing for other factors such as increased risk of pollution or reduced risk due to hearing impairment. The study showed that patients living in residential areas with noise above 50 decibels were 40% more likely to have a heart attack.[/FONT]
  4. [FONT=&quot]Not taking care of your teeth. Bacteria can enter your bloodstream from your gums, then damage the blood vessels and heart. Regular brushing, flossing, and visits to your dentist can help prevent cardiac problems, such as heart attacks, before they start.[/FONT]
  5. [FONT=&quot]Living alone. Danish researchers found that both men and women living alone suffered twice the number of heart problems as those who were living with partners or roommates. Of the 5% of women living alone, they contributed to one-third of the female deaths due to acute coronary syndrome. Among the men, 8% were living alone and contributed to two-thirds of the male deaths.[/FONT]
  6. [FONT=&quot]Getting too little or too much sleep. Whether because of insomnia or sleep apnea, if you are spending restless nights of little sleep, then you are potentially hurting your heart. Research indicates that getting less than six hours of quality sleep a night, or even getting too much sleep, increases your risk of coronary artery disease.[/FONT]
  7. [FONT=&quot]Being grumpy. While grumpy old men may make for humorous movies, the reality is that negativity, especially in men, can lead to an increase in coronary heart disease. A researcher at Duke University who helped work on the study recommends that men work on dealing with anger, hostility, depression, and anxiety to help prevent health concerns.[/FONT]
  8. [FONT=&quot]Depression. Studies show that depression can increase the risk of heart failure for patients without heart disease as well as for patients with a blockage of coronary arteries. Depression has already been shown to affect the immune system, so it is wise to seek professional help if you experience depression.[/FONT]
  9. [FONT=&quot]Not worrying about "normal" blood pressure. Dr. Arthur Agatston instructs patients who are in the high-normal blood pressure range and have other heart risks that they must still work to get their blood pressure lower. People with risks such as diabetes, high cholesterol, or being overweight can’t rest comfortably with blood pressure that may be near the high-normal range as they could still be at risk of a heart attack.[/FONT]
  10. [FONT=&quot]Not knowing the facts. As the old saying goes, knowledge is power. If you don’t know the lifestyle and genetic contributors to diseases that can lead to heart problems, you open yourself up for trouble. Learn about heart attack risks, high cholesterol, and diabetes to better understand how to prevent problems in the future.[/FONT]
  11. [FONT=&quot]Using artificial sweeteners. Eating something sweet sends a signal to your body to get ready to burn calories and also helps trigger feelings of fullness. Artificial sweeteners have been shown to reduce these natural triggers, thereby allowing your body to both create more fat and overeat. If you are using artificial sweeteners to lose weight for the health of your heart, then perhaps you should switch to a natural sweetener such as honey, unprocessed or less processed sugar, or agave sweetener.[/FONT]
  12. [FONT=&quot]Using pain relievers. Vioxx was in all the news several years ago when it was discovered that it may have contributed to heart attacks and strokes. Other pain relievers may pose risks to your heart as well. Many question the safety of Celebrex, available by prescription only, and research has shown that acetaminophen usage in women, especially if used more than 21 days a month or in smokers, carry increased risks for the heart.[/FONT]
  13. [FONT=&quot]Relying on a supposed heart-healthy diet that isn’t. With so many claims of heart-healthy diets, it can be easy to fall victim to false advertising. According to a study that examined over 50 years of research, the only diets shown conclusively to reduce the risk for heart disease are those that are vegetable-rich, include nuts rich in monounsaturated fatty acids, and Mediterranean-style diets. Western diets with processed meats, refined grains and high-fat dairy as well as high-glycemic index foods and foods high in trans-fatty acids actually promote heart disease.[/FONT]
  14. [FONT=&quot]Shoveling snow. People with a history of heart disease or risk factors for it should not shovel snow. The heavy work in a cold environment can put too much stress on the heart, especially if you are not accustomed to getting much exercise.[/FONT]
  15. [FONT=&quot]Taking extremely hot or cold showers or saunas after exercising. The extreme temperature change after working out can put too much stress on your heart. If you are already at risk for a heart attack, this practice is downright unsafe.[/FONT]
  16. [FONT=&quot]Not speaking up when talking with your doctor. Many people don’t tell their doctor everything they should when they come in for a visit. The reasons can vary from being embarrassed to not feeling comfortable with the doctor to just not knowing something was important. Be sure to give your doctor the full picture so he or she will be able to help you keep your heart healthy. If you don’t feel comfortable with your doctor, then maybe it’s time to find a new physician.[/FONT]
  17. [FONT=&quot]Living with chronic anxiety. The Journal of the American College of Cardiology reports that for those at risk for heart problems, the chances of heart attack and death increase significantly if they are living with chronic anxiety. Learn how to manage the stress in your life and seek professional help if you find you can’t reduce your stress and anxiety alone.[/FONT]
  18. [FONT=&quot]Too many calcium supplements. It is not uncommon for post-menopausal women to take calcium supplements to help prevent against brittle bones. However, research published in the British Medical Journal shows that women taking higher levels of calcium supplements experienced greater heart problems.[/FONT]
  19. [FONT=&quot]Feeling discrimination. Rush University Medical Center in Chicago has shown that black women who reported more feelings of being discriminated against had higher incidents of coronary artery calcification. With the many types of discrimination so widely prevalent in society, including ageism, sexism, homophobia, and racial discrimination, this study should give people reason to reconsider their relationships.[/FONT]
  20. [FONT=&quot]Drinking soft drinks. Boston University School of Medicine released a report based on their research that indicates one soda a day, diet or regular, can contribute to many health problems which contribute to heart disease. Medical professionals recommend reducing soda intake and keeping in mind that moderation is often the best way to go.[/FONT]
  21. [FONT=&quot]Drinking energy drinks. Energy drinks contain large amounts of caffeine and other natural stimulants that can raise blood pressure and heart rate. Even in healthy young people, two energy drinks a day have shown to raise blood pressure and heart rate by 10%. If you are at risk for heart problems, then you should avoid drinking energy drinks.[/FONT]
  22. [FONT=&quot]Having a bad boss. A study done by Swedish researchers discovered that those working for four or more years under bosses that are "inconsiderate, opaque, uncommunicative, and poor advocates" have a 60% higher risk of heart attack or other heart condition. By contrast, those who work under bosses that demonstrate positive management styles are 40% less likely to experience heart problems.[/FONT]
  23. [FONT=&quot]Having a low thyroid. Some researchers have discovered that having a low thyroid, but not low enough to qualify for the conventional diagnosis of hypothyroidism, can tax the body enough to put you at risk for coronary artery disease. This disorder can affect men and women, but is more common in women, especially as they age.[/FONT]
  24. [FONT=&quot]Breathing in particulate matter. Just about everyone has heard that smoking is bad for your heart, but now research indicates that breathing polluted air full of particulate matter is not only bad for your lungs, but your heart as well. Experts recommend staying indoors when pollution is high and avoiding exercising in areas of high traffic.[/FONT]
  25. [FONT=&quot]Lifting heavy weights. While weight lifting is definitely a healthy exercise as well as a popular one, but research has shown that lifting heavy weights raises blood pressure and can result in a serious risk for a torn aorta. Before you start a weight training program, visit your doctor to discover if you may be at risk. If you already participate in a weight training program, learn how to reduce your risk while still enjoying your activities.[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]100 Awesome YouTube Videos for a Healthier Kitchen[/FONT]
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[FONT=&quot] By Kathleen Baker[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]If you wonder what that room in your house with the stove and refrigerator is meant for or if you often eat fast food or pre-packaged food that can be cooked quickly when you get home from work, then check out these 100 videos from YouTube. From nutritious meal ideas to help losing weight to meal planning and calorie counting to nutrition information to food safety, the following awesome videos will have you working in a much healthier kitchen today.[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]Healthy Breakfasts[/FONT][FONT=&quot][/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]These videos focus on nutritious and easy breakfasts that will start your day the right way.[/FONT]

  1. [FONT=&quot]. Learn how to make a delicious and healthy breakfast smoothie with this video.[/FONT]
  2. [FONT=&quot]. Students, lose the vending machine and learn how eat a healthy breakfast.[/FONT]
  3. [FONT=&quot]. Find out how to make five easy breakfast dishes that will provide a great start to your day.[/FONT]
  4. [FONT=&quot]. Learn to make easy and fast breakfasts from Muscle Gourmet Dave Nathan.[/FONT]
  5. [FONT=&quot]. Dr. Roegallo teaches how to make fresh-squeezed orange juice quickly for a morning boost.[/FONT]
  6. [FONT=&quot]. This fitness coach not only teaches how to make a fast breakfast, but also how to use strawberries that may not have worked for other dishes.[/FONT]
  7. [FONT=&quot]. This breakfast is super healthy and fits almost any diet.[/FONT]
  8. [FONT=&quot]. Bethenny Frankel teaches how to use leftovers to create an easy and healthy breakfast or brunch.[/FONT]
  9. [FONT=&quot]. With all the healthy ingredients used in this dish, you can enjoy your French toast with no guilt.[/FONT]
  10. [FONT=&quot]. Find out how you can use Greek yogurt to create a super-fast and nutritious breakfast.[/FONT]

[FONT=&quot]Healthy Entrees[/FONT][FONT=&quot][/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]Your dinner doesn’t have to come from a box. Watch these videos to learn healthy ways to cook hearty entrees.[/FONT]

  1. [FONT=&quot]. Watch John teach you how to make a simple and healthy main dish of Mahi Mahi.[/FONT]
  2. [FONT=&quot]. Find out how to make a great chili that is healthy as well as delicious.[/FONT]
  3. [FONT=&quot]. Turkey burgers are on the menu today when discussing healthy lunch alternatives that kids will enjoy.[/FONT]
  4. [FONT=&quot]. This great entree is very nutritious and doesn’t take a lot of work to make.[/FONT]
  5. [FONT=&quot]. Chicken on the grill with fresh fruit on the side…it doesn’t get much healthier or tastier than this.[/FONT]
  6. [FONT=&quot]. This heart-healthy meal is also easy and delicious.[/FONT]
  7. [FONT=&quot]. This hearty, traditional Italian soup made with escarole includes ground turkey-meatballs.[/FONT]
  8. [FONT=&quot]. This recipe includes spaghetti, tomatoes, and eggplant for a healthy Italian meal.[/FONT]
  9. [FONT=&quot]. Learn how to make Island Peppered Shrimp with Mango Salsa with this video.[/FONT]
  10. [FONT=&quot]. This Asian-style entree is super fast and healthy.[/FONT]

[FONT=&quot]Lighter Dishes [/FONT][FONT=&quot][/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]If you need lunch, a side dish, or a simple and quick snack, then try these healthy dishes.[/FONT]

  1. [FONT=&quot]. Learn how to make this healthy salad that works as a side dish or a light lunch.[/FONT]
  2. [FONT=&quot]. Not only can you learn how to make this delicious dish, you also learn about the health benefits of the ingredients.[/FONT]
  3. [FONT=&quot]. Watch how to make this healthy chicken salad from scratch.[/FONT]
  4. [FONT=&quot]. This salad is made with spicy arugula and can be used as a side or main dish.[/FONT]
  5. [FONT=&quot]. Learn how to make an authentic hummus with this video.[/FONT]
  6. [FONT=&quot]. This simple dish adds a bit of pizzazz to ordinary broccoli.[/FONT]
  7. [FONT=&quot]. This healthy and organic twist on classic lemonade will quench your thirst as well as taste great.[/FONT]
  8. [FONT=&quot]. This easy dish includes plenty of vegetables, tuna for protein, a touch of pasta, and Parmesan cheese.[/FONT]
  9. [FONT=&quot]. Learn to make two healthy lunch salads, pesto chicken salad and tuna caper salad.[/FONT]
  10. [FONT=&quot]. Learn how to make this fast and healthy meal for lunch.[/FONT]

[FONT=&quot]Vegetarian, Vegan, and Raw Diets[/FONT][FONT=&quot][/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]Eating a vegetarian, vegan, or raw diet can be a very healthy way to go. These videos offer recipes and information on all three types of diets.[/FONT]

  1. [FONT=&quot]. Get a secret family recipe from this 83-year old cook who shows you how to make a delicious, egg-free frittata.[/FONT]
  2. [FONT=&quot]. Chef John Burke teaches you how to make a veggie burger from scratch that is not only healthy, but tastes great.[/FONT]
  3. [FONT=&quot]. Here’s another version of a home-made veggie burger that is much more healthy than the store-bought version.[/FONT]
  4. [FONT=&quot]. Learn to make a delicious vegetarian Indian recipe that you can serve with bread or make as a sandwich.[/FONT]
  5. [FONT=&quot]. You will have no problems making and enjoying this traditional vegetarian Indian dish after watching this video.[/FONT]
  6. [FONT=&quot]. Leah talks about why she makes the decision to eat raw vegan the first week of every month.[/FONT]
  7. [FONT=&quot]. Find out how to make a delicious, healthy raw breakfast meal with this video.[/FONT]
  8. [FONT=&quot]. Ani shows how to make an easy raw soup with avocados and other simple ingredients including lime juice, cayenne, and rosemary.[/FONT]
  9. [FONT=&quot]. Renegade Health hosts share their delicious salad in this video.[/FONT]
  10. [FONT=&quot]. David talks about why a raw diet is a beneficial way to eat.[/FONT]

[FONT=&quot]Losing Weight[/FONT][FONT=&quot][/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]The following videos offer healthy ways to lose weight and include tips, stories from others who have lost weight, and recipes.[/FONT]

  1. [FONT=&quot]. Get a video overview of the information available at[/FONT]
  2. [FONT=&quot]. Tana shares her goals as she begins the Weight Watchers program.[/FONT]
  3. [FONT=&quot]. The second installment shares a 9 lb. loss and more.[/FONT]
  4. [FONT=&quot]. Tana got her 10% charm and shares her progress as well as a technique for keeping water intake high on this update.[/FONT]
  5. [FONT=&quot]. Discussing the plateau she’s hit, Tana keeps followers updated despite her stumbling block.[/FONT]
  6. [FONT=&quot]. Watch this video that introduces the changes necessary for losing stubborn belly fat.[/FONT]
  7. [FONT=&quot]. Add this chicken dish to your diet to help lose weight.[/FONT]
  8. [FONT=&quot]. This fun top five list offers real reasons why you may be having a difficult time losing weight.[/FONT]
  9. [FONT=&quot]. Learn ways to cut calories without sacrificing foods that you love.[/FONT]
  10. [FONT=&quot]. Take this advice to stop eating foods that work against you when you are losing weight and getting healthier.[/FONT]

[FONT=&quot]Learning about Nutrition[/FONT][FONT=&quot][/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]You can only be healthy if you understand the basics in nutrition. Watch these videos to learn all about nutrition.[/FONT]

  1. [FONT=&quot]. Watch this introduction to the telecourse that helps you learn what to consider when making healthy choices.[/FONT]
  2. [FONT=&quot]. Learn from dietician Liz Weiss how to choose healthy bread as well as how to incorporate more whole grains into your diet.[/FONT]
  3. [FONT=&quot]. Learn about setting realistic food rules for kids from Liz Weiss.[/FONT]
  4. [FONT=&quot]. Learn about the top 20 antioxidant foods you should incorporate into your diet.[/FONT]
  5. [FONT=&quot]. Liz Weiss discusses how to incorporate healthy seafood into your diet.[/FONT]
  6. [FONT=&quot]. Learn healthy ways to snack for both kids and adults with this video.[/FONT]
  7. [FONT=&quot]. With so many oils from which to choose, this video helps educate you on healthy oils that cook well.[/FONT]
  8. [FONT=&quot]. The Kitchen Vixen shares her knowledge of whole grains while donned in smart spectacles and a sexy halter top.[/FONT]
  9. [FONT=&quot]. Teresa Terlikoski shares her knowledge to help viewers make smart decisions when it comes to purchasing food from the grocery store.[/FONT]
  10. [FONT=&quot]. Learn what Registered Dieticians do and how they can help you make smart food choices.[/FONT]

[FONT=&quot]Food Safety[/FONT][FONT=&quot][/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]Having a healthy kitchen is more than just eating well, it is also about safe food purchasing, handling, cooking, and storage.[/FONT]

  1. [FONT=&quot]. Learn why food safety issues are becoming more prevalent in recent years.[/FONT]
  2. [FONT=&quot]. Tailgaters get a two-minute lesson on keeping food safe when getting together before the game.[/FONT]
  3. [FONT=&quot]. Get the basics in food safety with this video that is designed especially for restaurateurs.[/FONT]
  4. [FONT=&quot]. Discover a new type of edible food film that extends the life of the food and is also environmentally-friendly.[/FONT]
  5. [FONT=&quot]. Learn how to shop smart to purchase food that is not going to make you sick.[/FONT]
  6. [FONT=&quot]. This video explores the safety of the food supply chain in American through an examination of U.S. National School Lunch Program.[/FONT]
  7. [FONT=&quot]. See what Katie Couric says about the safety of food in America.[/FONT]
  8. [FONT=&quot]. Learn how to keep your kitchen clean and safe to protect yourself and your family from dangerous illnesses.[/FONT]
  9. [FONT=&quot]. Get the definition of foodborne illness, find out what types of illnesses you can get from food, and how to prevent these illnesses.[/FONT]
  10. [FONT=&quot]. Dr. Mike Magee discusses health politics and food safety in light of recent food-related illness outbreaks.[/FONT]

[FONT=&quot]Menu Planning and Calorie Counting [/FONT][FONT=&quot][/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]Find out how to successfully plan meals and count calories so that you are not relying on your old, unhealthy eating habits.[/FONT]

  1. [FONT=&quot]. Learn about food choices and planning a healthy menu from this physician.[/FONT]
  2. [FONT=&quot]. Identify what type of diet you have and discover what type you want to have…and how to get there.[/FONT]
  3. [FONT=&quot]. Especially targeted to busy moms, this video offers suggestions for incorporating the whole family in planning healthy meals.[/FONT]
  4. [FONT=&quot]. Applicable not just for bachelors, but for any single person, this meal plan make the most of a single rotisserie chicken for three easy and healthy meals.[/FONT]
  5. [FONT=&quot]. Find out how to make a healthy eating plan no matter your time constraints.[/FONT]
  6. [FONT=&quot]. Learn the importance of keeping a food diary to help monitor calorie intake.[/FONT]
  7. [FONT=&quot]. Discover how many calories you consume doing typical activities every day.[/FONT]
  8. [FONT=&quot]. Find out how to start counting calories and why you should do so.[/FONT]
  9. [FONT=&quot]. This video instructs you to count calories in the same manner that Weight Watchers counts points.[/FONT]
  10. [FONT=&quot]. Get instructions on easy ways to count calories in order to maintain a consistent level each day.[/FONT]

[FONT=&quot]Healing with Foods[/FONT][FONT=&quot][/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]From controlling diabetes to food sensitivities to eating to improve overall health, the following videos discuss ways to heal yourself through food.[/FONT]

  1. [FONT=&quot]. Learn how to make changes to manage your diet when diagnosed with diabetes.[/FONT]
  2. [FONT=&quot]. Find out how to adjust your diet to control and improve your Type 2 diabetes.[/FONT]
  3. [FONT=&quot]. This video discusses diet and food sensitivities so you can learn to identify potential food problems.[/FONT]
  4. [FONT=&quot]. Discover the history and surprising facts about this popular condiment that may have you re-thinking how you eat your burger.[/FONT]
  5. [FONT=&quot]. Dr. Mark Hyman discusses the healing power of food.[/FONT]
  6. [FONT=&quot]. Find out how to use high quality salt, water, and organic foods, and other tips to improve health through food.[/FONT]
  7. [FONT=&quot]. Learn how to cleanse your body and eat more balanced meals in order to heal your body.[/FONT]
  8. [FONT=&quot]. Based on the Ayurvedic style of eating, this video describes how you can eat the best food for healing your body.[/FONT]
  9. [FONT=&quot]. Watch this video to learn how food can prevent, treat, and reverse chronic illnesses.[/FONT]
  10. [FONT=&quot]. Discussing cholesterol and fats, Jerry Brunetti describes how to eat for life.[/FONT]

[FONT=&quot]Foods and Exercise[/FONT][FONT=&quot][/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]If fitness is important to you, then you will enjoy watching these videos that explore the relationship between eating and exercising.[/FONT]

  1. [FONT=&quot]. Find out what type of nutrition athletes need in order to keep their body working at top performance.[/FONT]
  2. [FONT=&quot]. Learn about what types of carbohydrates are the best to eat in conjunction with exercising.[/FONT]
  3. [FONT=&quot]. While most won’t eat this way, it is interesting to learn about Michael Phelps’ 8,000-12,000 calorie-a-day regimen.[/FONT]
  4. [FONT=&quot]. To truly understand what 12,000 calories-a-day means, watch this video where one man gives it a try.[/FONT]
  5. [FONT=&quot]. Learn how to make a healthy, quick breakfast that will help you build muscle or burn fat.[/FONT]
  6. [FONT=&quot]. These healthy meals feature plenty of carbs and protein and will enhance your workout.[/FONT]
  7. [FONT=&quot]. Find out the best time to eat when it comes to timing around workouts.[/FONT]
  8. [FONT=&quot]. Learn how to eat healthily while building muscle and burning fat with this presentation from Lee Hayward.[/FONT]
  9. [FONT=&quot]. Lee Hayward continues his presentation here with ideas on ways to build healthy eating plans into busy schedules.[/FONT]
  10. [FONT=&quot]. Try this fast meal for breakfast or any time you need a quick snack or meal on the go that works well your fitness program.[/FONT]